Harun Isa

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Harun Isa
Personal information
Full name Harun Isa
Date of birth (1969-06-21) 21 June 1969 (age 47)
Place of birth Tetovo, SFR Yugoslavia
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Striker
Youth career
0000–1988 Ljuboten Tetovo
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1988–1989 Liria Prizren 37 (9)
1989–1991 Rad Beograd 12 (0)
1991–1993 FK Priština 10 (5)
1993–1994 Hertha Zehlendorf 46 (26)
1994–1995 Hertha BSC 29 (5)
1995–1999 Tennis Borussia Berlin 103 (30)
1999–2000 Erzgebirge Aue 27 (12)
2000–2002 1. FC Union Berlin 62 (22)
2002–2004 VfL Osnabrück 35 (10)
Total 362 (119)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Harun Isa (Macedonian: Харун Иса) (born 21 June 1969) is a former Albanian-Macedonian footballer.[1]

Club career[edit]

Born in Tetovo, SR Macedonia, SFR Yugoslavia, Harun Isa started his senior career in 1988, when he started playing in the Second Yugoslav League club Liria Prizren where he won a place in the first team and started having some great exhibitions, crowned with nine goals. This earned him a trip to the Yugoslav capital Belgrade where, in January 1990, he started to play for the Yugoslav First League club Rad Beograd. Having failed to impress there due to the heavy competition in the squad, in January 1991, he moved to the ambitious Second League club FK Priština, the most successful Kosovar club and nowadays called by its Albanian language form KF Prishtina. After the breakup of SFR Yugoslavia, Aron went to Germany where he first played for Hertha Zehlendorf, and in 1994 signed for the famous Bundesliga club Hertha BSC. After one season, he left for another Berlin club Tennis Borussia Berlin where he consolidated a place in the team and stayed with the club four seasons. In 1999, he signed for Erzgebirge Aue but, after one season, returned to the German capital, this time to play for 1. FC Union Berlin. In summer of 2002 aged 33 years, Harun moved to VfL Osnabrück where he played two seasons before retiring in 2004.


  1. ^ "Isa, Harun" (in German). kicker.de. Retrieved 12 February 2012. 

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